Informing the nursing profession and sharing members' stories

The great nursing registration controversy

One hundred years on from nursing becoming a registered profession, we look back on how the RCN helped make it happen

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Support right from the start

Jean’s been recognised for her work raising the profile and plight of people seeking asylum as she fights for equality in their care

Political pledge digest

Ahead of the general election on 12 December, we’ve read the manifestos of the main political parties. Here’s an outline of what they say, in their words, on nursing and health

Improving mouth cancer care

We speak to an award-winning nurse who’s made huge improvements in care for patients undergoing treatment

Living well with HIV

Clinical nurse specialist David Munns provides vital mental health support to people living with HIV

The meaning of Movember

How top-lip topiary is supporting vital services for men living with cancer

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Talking transgender identity

How an easy read guide is helping people with learning disabilities understand what they’re feeling

Here for you

RCN safety reps have been keeping members safe in their workplaces for more than four decades but what does their role involve?

‘You don’t need to be nervous’

CQC inspectors and RCN members Dee and Tony explain what their job involves and how they're on the same side as nursing staff

Beating burnout

Three RCN members share their research, advice and innovations on how to overcome work-related stress and fatigue 

Is learning disability nursing facing the perfect storm?

Jonathan Beebee, from the RCN Learning Disability Nursing Forum, responds to the annual CQC report on the state of care

Celebrating BAME nursing history

In honour of Black History Month 2019, the RCN Library and Archives team have launched an online exhibition sharing stories of BAME nurses from decades past

In sickness and in health

Having a medical condition doesn’t mean you can’t be a great nurse, but it’s important to focus on your strengths, while recognising your limitations. We share Ana’s story